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My Grandma Flowers & Great Grandma Sapp were both fabulous gardeners. They could grow just about anything in their elaborate flowerbeds in SW Kansas. The town folks would joke about how Grandma Sapp (everybody called her that) could grow anything regardless of the plantís natural environmental needs. Well, I would like to say that I inherited their green thumbs, but I havenít....yet. I took a clipping of this groundcover from my Grandma Flowers, and she took her first clipping from Grandma Sapp. I have transplanted this heirloom in my flowerbed every time I moved...from Kansas to Nebraska to Missouri to Texas, and it has managed to survive in every climate. Perhaps I did inherit a little bit of their green thumbs!

Katie Pertiet:
Drop Shadow Styles Collection
Naturally Krafty No. 07 Paper Pack
Vintage Text Paper Pack
Blendables Paper Pack No. 01
My Family Genealogy Definitions Brushes and Stamps No. 03
Vintage Sun Prints Kit
Frame from: YOU Layered Template

Frame from 8.09 Photo Challenge
Bookplate & note scrap from chat

Anna Aspnes:
Textured Overlays No. 03 12 X 12

Pattie Knox:
Staple Its!

Fonts: Texas Hero & Splendid 66